A collection of articles from the Spring 2015 Issue of Susquehanna Life Magazine
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On Jan. 30, 2014, Smokey the Bear miraculously escaped destruction by fire. The blaze, however, was not in the forest. It engulfed the Moose Exchange in Bloomsburg.
It’s often said that a picture is worth a thousand words, and Nina Talbot can attest to that. The Brooklyn artist worked on her “Veterans” series of paintings for a period of five years, gaining insight through interviews into the lives of 25 Americans who served in the armed forces.
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As Maddi Dunlap will attest, books are powerful creatures. They can inform, influence, incense, instill ideas and inspire.
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More of the interview from the print issue and more information on Dr. Vogel.
After 30 years treating cancer patients, Dr. Victor Vogel believes people can make better decisions if they are taught to ask the right questions at the end of life. Vogel’s book, Doctor, What if it were Your Mother?, guides readers on how to start that difficult conversation.